Three black leather lounge chairs, produced in Italy after a design by Adriano Piazzesi.
- German armchair from the 1960s with compass shape - Backrest slightly higher than usual - Compact and light overall - Structure in oak sanded and revarnished in a medium oak color - Reupholstered in coarse beige / grey / white / black mottle fabric
This sturdy mid-century soft black leather Scandinavian lounge chair was produced in the 1960s in style of the Danish designer Arne Norell. The lounge chair features an oak base with knobs and a black leather upholstery which is in an overall good condition.
This Danish Modern armchair features a blonde wood frame, brass detailing, and an open-sided shape which means it can sit comfortably in rooms of all sizes. The piece was designed by Børge Mogensen and made by Andersson and Söner, some of the most recognizable names in mid-century modern furniture. It has been lightly refinished and re-upholstered.
This pair of black leather chairs with an oak frame was produced by Källemo in the 1960s.
This brutalist leather lounge chair and ottoman was designed by Sonja Wasseur in the 1970s. Only a small number of these chairs were made like this set, in the designers own atelier. The set is made of black lacquered oak, chromed metal, and black saddle leather. The chair is adjustable in four different seating positions. It is in original condition with no damages and the wooden frame is preserving a patina. - Additional dimensions: - Ottoman: h 34cm x d 64cm - Dimensions for the chair are...
This model 53 armchair was designed by Jaroslav Šmídek and manufactured by TON during the 1960s. The chair is made in the Brussels style which formed after the enormous success of Czech design during the Expo 58, the Brussels World’s Fair in 1958. The piece features a bent beechwood frame and yellow upholstery.
This GE 290 easy chair features a light oak frame with normal patina and the original foam and black leather cushions.
This armchair and ottoman are made of black leather and feature stained oak structures. They were made in Sweden. The measurements of the ottoman are: height 44cm, width 72cm, depth 72 cm.
This GE 290 easy chair features a light oak frame with normal patina and the original foam and black and white mottled Hallningdal Kvadrat fabric.
This set of Hans Wegner lounge chairs has oak frames and black cushions. It was manufactured by Getama.
Sanluca chair designed by Achille Castiglioni for Gavina. It is made from black felt with oak legs. In a very good original vintage condition.
A pair of armchairs featuring frames and armrests in red oak, upholstered in black leather, and supporting removable cushions upholstered in leather. The pieces were manufactured and designed in Denmark circa 1960.
This lounge chair was designed by Gerd Lange and made by Bofinger in the 1960s. The chair features an oak frame and black leather upholstery. In good original condition with patina.
- German armchair from the 1960s with rounded lines - Compact and light overall - Removable spring cushions - Structure in oak sanded and revarnished in a medium oak color - Reupholstered in grey stain resistant fabric
This pair of lounge chairs was designed by Robert Guillerme and Jacques Chambron in France in 1955. These chairs have an organic ribcage frame in solid oak. They are newly upholstered in purple fabric and they have black buttons. These chairs are upholstered like they originally were. They are very comfortable.
This pair of Plexus easy chairs was designed by Illum Wikkelsø and produced during the 1970s by CFC Silkeborg in Denmark. The chairs feature their patinated, original black leather cushions, which rest on solid oak frames with cane. The cane does not have any holes.
- Heavy woolen ice blue upholstery with white pinstripe seat and footstool cushion - Carved oak legs stretchers and pelmet to both items - Inset floral leaf oak carving to front of arms - Seat has a sprung base and removable cushion - Imported from Denmark